Wyndmere Demo + 1-Day Sale

12/02/2017 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Wyndmere Naturals Essential Oils, Saturday 12/2 demo, Holiday ideas, Images of blue bottle & evergreen berries

Wyndmere Naturals will be here
Saturday, December 2nd • 10:00–1:00
Special prices on selected items that day only

It's a lovely opportunity to pique your scent senses as they demonstrate aromatherapy ideas to enhance holiday wellness. Wyndmere – you know, the beautifully aromatic essential oils in the blue bottles? Did you also know they are local (New Hope)?!

Considered by many to be among the best in purity, Wyndmere begins with plants that are thriving in their native habitat and harvested under proper conditions to produce the highest quality essential oil. Wherever possible, they purchase aromatic extracts from herbs, flowers, trees and grasses that are indigenous, and either grown organically, ethically wildcrafted, or pesticide free. Acquired frequently to ensure freshness, they are bottled in small batches so they don't sit in a warehouse for long periods.

Here are some of their tips on how to use essential oils for the holidays:

Scented Pine Cones: Add 2–3 drops of undiluted oils to each pine cone, or 20 drops per 1 oz of water in a spray mister & spritz cones. Freshen scent as desired.

Holiday Greenery Spray: Per 1 oz of water add 20 drops of oil blend to liven up holiday trees, garlands, wreaths & centerpieces. Put in spray mister and enjoy!

Scented Note Cards, Gift Tags, Tissue Paper & Bookmarks: Add 5–10 drops of your favorite blend to cotton balls or tissue & place with items to be scented into a sealed container or baggy for 1–2 days prior to use.

Potpourri: Add 5–10 drops of undiluted oil blend to your own potpourri creation or to refresh potpourri that has lost its scent. Gently mix/stir to distribute the aroma.

Room Spray: Per 1 oz of water add up to 20 drops of essential oil blend. Shake well in misting bottle & spray to refresh air.

Above holiday ideas, and more, can be found on this pdf. We also have many tip sheets in our store, and the A–Z Guide of Essential Oils on their website is especially useful.

Plant photos credit: Wyndmere's Facebook page!